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Asia Rings in New Year as World Starts Ushering Out 2022

Beijing News 01 Jan 2023
In Croatia, dozens of cities, including the capital Zagreb, canceled the fireworks after pet lovers warned about the damaging effects of noise ... The Adriatic town of Rovinj planned to replace fireworks with laser shows and Zagreb was putting on confetti, visual effects and music.
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Australia and Elsewhere Shake Off COVID to Ring In 2023

Voa News 31 Dec 2022
Dozens of cities in Croatia, including the capital Zagreb, canceled New Year fireworks after pet lovers warned about the damaging effects of ... The result is that the Adriatic town of Rovinj will replace fireworks with laser shows and Zagreb with confetti, visual effects and music.
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Millions flock Sydney Opera House as Australia shake off Covid to ring in 2023

Financial Express 31 Dec 2022
Dozens of cities in Croatia, including the capital Zagreb, cancelled New Year fireworks after pet lovers warned about the damaging effects of ... The result is that the Adriatic town of Rovinj will replace fireworks with laser shows and Zagreb with confetti, visual effects and music.
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The world ushers out 2022 and welcomes 2023

RNZ 31 Dec 2022
In Croatia, dozens of cities, including the capital Zagreb, cancelled the fireworks after pet lovers warned about the damaging effects of noise ... The Adriatic town of Rovinj planned to replace fireworks with laser shows and Zagreb was putting on confetti, visual effects and music.
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Damien Rice announces comeback with 2023 UK and European tour

NME 26 Nov 2022
European gigs in Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin and more will then follow, before the tour wraps up in Zagreb on April 2 ... 2 – Zagreb, Kino SC. Rice hasn’t released any new music alongside the announcement of the tour dates, but promised that “more dates [are] coming ...
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Multisensory Essence: Lunchmeat Festival 2022 Reviewed

The Quietus 08 Nov 2022
Along with similar regional festivals like Unsound (Kraków), Elevate (Graz), Next (Bratislava), Sonica (Ljubljana) and ZEZ (Zagreb), it presents and promotes contemporary dance music aesthetics, new trends in experimental electronic music and sound art and cutting edge approaches to immersive AV projects.
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Croatia forgets overtourism worries, for now

Hindustan Times 01 Nov 2022
With medieval old towns, gorgeous natural parks and more than one thousand islands, it's no surprise that Croatia is a popular tourist destination ... Record visitor numbers ... To get away from crowds, Durokovic recommends the northern Istrian coast, which has become a destination for music festivals such as Outlook, or going inland to the capital Zagreb.
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'ZAPPA '75: ZAGREB/LJUBLJANA' CAPTURES FRANK ZAPPA AND RARE, SHORT-LIVED LINEUP OF THE MOTHERS PERFORMING IN ...

Victoria Advocate 19 Aug 2022
2CD AND DIGITAL COLLECTION FEATURES BEST NEVER BEFORE RELEASED PERFORMANCES FROM ZAGREB AND LJUBLJANA ... Zagreb/Ljubljana,�featuring the best performances of the Yugoslavian concerts sequenced in the exact order of the show's setlist to present the cr�me da la cr�me from each night for the first time ever ... Zagreb/Ljubljana�here.
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Thana Alexa, a borders-blurring singer, made history in Croatia (and beyond) with her Grammy Award nomination

Finger Lakes Times 25 May 2022
Released in 2020, "ONA" draws from the musical traditions Alexa learned in Zagreb and New York, where she was born ... A leading figure in jazz in Zagreb and beyond, he became her first mentor in the music ... her passion for this quintessentially American-born music igniting in Zagreb.
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Croatian pianist calls return to play with ProMusica Chamber Orchestra 'music to my ears'

The Columbus Dispatch 29 Apr 2022
She has collaborated with ProMusica’s music director not only in Columbus but also in Croatia, where, for a number of years, he conducted the Zagreb Philharmonic. “It’s very clear where we both want to go with the music,” Filjak said of her collaboration with Danzmayr ... “It was music to my ears.
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Wexford tuning up for inaugural New Ross Guitar Festival in August

Irish Independent 27 Apr 2022
... celebrated guitar legends including, Joe Bonamassa, Steve Vai and Al Di Meola.In 2017, at Umbria Jazz, he won a scholarship for the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston.Mancuso performed at the 2019 NAMM show in Los Angeles, collaborating with Yamaha guitars and Line6.
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Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra/Latham-Koenig review — the Croats fly in armed with Mahler

The Times/The Sunday Times 11 Apr 2022
Zagreb may not be one of Europe’s key musical centres, but the very fact of seeing an orchestra from a European capital touring the country again, after ...
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Zagreb Philharmonic/Latham-Koenig review – Croatian visitors bring energy and charm

The Guardian 08 Apr 2022
Anvil, Basingstoke In their first UK tour in almost 50 years, the Zagreb Philharmonic prsented music by their countrywoman Dora Pejačević alongside Mahler and Sibelius Extensive UK tours by orchestras from the EU are, one suspects, likely to be rarities for some time to come.
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‘Things you never learn in school’: Croatia’s cannabis museum

The Philadelphia Inquirer 31 Mar 2022
ZAGREB -- With an admission ticket that can be rolled and smoked, Croatia's new cannabis museum offers a experiential guide through ...
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Groundbreaking 2Cellos duo says farewell with final tour

Royal Oak Daily Tribune 25 Mar 2022
They met as teenagers, both studying at the Academy of Music is Zagreb and later at different schools in England ... They also chafed under the “restrictions” of classical music; Hauser says he was frequently reprimanded for his showmanship and aggressive playing style that did not conform to traditional norms.

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